He scraped a knuckle while crashing
onto our copperhead postwar
He rinsed asbestos dust
from his eyeballs
with water hard as marble.
Then waltzed us
off to bed,
our fingertips convinced
would consume us
Death is a skunk lurking around my
neighborhood & leaving scent marks
behind the aging maple, beside
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